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Re: Hardener in paint

Postby bob in CT » Thu Feb 02, 2012 8:55 pm

Clark Thompson wrote:if you use a GOOD double filter charcoal resperator you shoud be fine. I have been painting for 40 years with no problems. Keep in mind that if you paint outside you should still use a resperator. :idea: depending on how you heat your shop is a issue too. If you heat with any open flame or wood stove you need to have good ventilation or you will find your shop in a million pieces.

Ignore this advice if you value your health. Sorry, Clark. This is just unacceptable in light of all known facts regarding modern paints.

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Re: Hardener in paint

Postby Stanton » Fri Feb 03, 2012 7:51 am

Let's end this thread here.

This is a topic with strong opinions and it won't get settled here.

Using any type of paint or chemical that has clearly been known to be a health hazard must be handled with extreme care. As warmer weather approaches and many are starting to do paint projects, may this be a warning to all.

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